Open Market

In a laboratory that looks like a magnified version of what you may have seen in high school or college, Dr. Ali Syed Arbab works diligently alongside his team of researchers to find solutions to a very aggressive cancer: glioblastoma.   A very devastating brain tumor that is difficult to treat,…

Posted February 7, 2019 by Ellice Whatley

Red Devil

An open patio with a serenity garden and comfortable, café seating stretches around the second floor overlooking Laney Walker Boulevard in Augusta, GA.  A wall of windows separates the patio from a bright and open room.  This place was crafted to be as peaceful as possible, but it is a…

Posted February 7, 2019 by Ellice Whatley

America’s Best

After a follow-up appointment with Dr. Jillella, Michael Bostich stands tall, grinning ear to ear.  With a small bottle of pills in his hand and several months of treatment later, Michael’s health has been given back to him.  Upon receiving the diagnoses of APL leukemia seven months ago, Michael began…

Posted February 7, 2019 by Ellice Whatley

WRDW Coming Up In The Community: Paceline

A huge thank you to Monique Williams and WRDW for sitting down with us and letting us explain more about Paceline’s mission and our goal to raise money for the Georgia Cancer Center. We’re looking forward to our inaugural ride on May 11, 2018 with the support of our community!  To…

Posted January 23, 2019 by Ellice Whatley

Into the Wind

I’m going to say it-I am not a fan of viewing cancer as a battle or fight. There is implication in that metaphor that those who lost their lives to cancer didn’t fight hard enough, that they “lost” their battle, that one’s fate to some extent relies on how hard…

Posted January 23, 2019 by Ellice Whatley